Friday, March 26, 2021
12:00pm - 1:30pm Central
Data management at a brewery can be a real challenge. On the other hand, your data, when properly managed, can be one of your most valuable assets to improve the quality of your beers and the efficiency of your operations. This webinar looks to provide participants with a foundation of the basics of data management and best practices. From there, the presenters will introduce an established framework for what data to collect based on your brewery size, the ASBC Sampling Plan, and how to implement and utilize the ASBC Sampling Plan on the open-source and low-cost data management system, Brewery Pi.
About the Presenter
Trent LeslieMadTree Brewing Company
Trent Leslie was raised in Ashland, Ohio, and graduated from Saint Louis University in 2006 with a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering. He then changed course, spending a few years in southeast Kansas as an oil & gas landman researching titles in courthouses and negotiating contracts with landowners. In 2009, he changed course again and moved to Cincinnati to study biology at the University of Cincinnati and spend more time with Sarah, his future wife, and fellow craft beer enthusiast. He married in 2012 and graduated with a master's degree in biology in 2013. Another long-time homebrewer and volunteer turned employee, Trent spends his time at MadTree managing the Quality Program.
About the Moderator
Throughout his college years, while pursuing his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Brian continued his true passion for making beer at home. After 5 years working as a software engineer, Brian took his first professional brewing job, to the dismay of his parents, at a small pub in San Francisco. Two years later, Brian attended the UC Davis Master Brewers Program and earned his Diploma in Brewing from the Institute of Brewing and Distilling. After finishing the UC Davis Master Brewers Program, Brian joined Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon as a Production Brewer. In 2011 Brian was promoted to Brewmaster where he currently oversees all brewhouse and cellar operations.